US auto safety officials are looking for updated information in relation to a current investigation involving 830,000 Tesla vehicles.

and Autopilot, a manufacturer's advanced driver assistance technology.

On July 3, Tesla received a letter from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).

They are now asking responses by July 19 to questions they first posed in August 2022.

This is in accordance with a copy of the letter that the organisation made public.

After discovering more than a dozen crashes, the government is looking into the effectiveness of Autopilot.

The goal of autopilot is to allow vehicles to automatically steer, accelerate, and brake inside their lane.

while improved Autopilot can help with lane changes on highways.